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December 18, 2010 1:37:36 PM

I have read through the comments on forum and it said solved connecting Quicken to an Android phone, but the link goes to just a review of some apps that are just general "financial" apps. I have a Palm Centro that has Pocket Quicken and need to upgrade and need this link. Thanks in advance.
January 1, 2011 3:24:44 AM

The above program works with Palm OS and Windows mobile. Does someone know of an ap in the Android market that connects with Quicken? Thanks for the response.
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July 11, 2011 11:27:19 AM

I too am a long time Quicken user on my Windows desktop and with Pocket Quicken for Palm and then PocketQuicken for Windows Mobile.
Like most of you I am now moving to Android as WinMo is dying/dead and have been looking for an alternative to Pocket Quicken.
So far likely candidates are:
moneydance for Android: http://www.mennesoft.com/handybank/index.html
PocketMoney for Android: http://www.catamount.com/blog/category/android-software...
Checkbook for Android: http://androidapplications.com/38099-checkbook
anMoney for Android: http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-zvasvar...
Personal Assistant for Android: http://www.pageonce.com/app/android

Although none have a true sync with Quicken for Windows, all can export to Quicken (via .qif & .csv)

So, I'm in the same boat as you. I don't know why Intuit can't see that there is a market for Quicken on Android. (forget Mint as it just reports what's on Mint.com can lag by a day just like your bank).
I'm guessing it's probably that Android apps are usually much cheaper.
However I, like many, would gladly pay for Quicken on Android the same as I did on Windows Mobile and Palm.

Oh well, here's hopin'.
-Kev
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October 8, 2012 5:04:29 AM

Thanks guys, not looking good for reading Quicken files on android then. There is money available here Intuit! Probably will have to go to another program, what a hastle, and if I have to, I won't return to Quicken.
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